Archive for November, 2012

New success stories and feedback

Sunday, November 18th, 2012

Here are out very latest

Feedbacks and Success Stories


As we approach the end of 2012 it’s wonderful that we still get daily success stories and positive feedbacks from our members.  It’s lovely to be able to share them with you as it shows how useful the site is.

There are so many it is impossible to list them all. Here are just a small selection of the most recent:

“Great site thank you again” PS
“I really enjoyed the event i came to! thats guys for arranging it!”  RG
“Its a good service and will use again if I am single again” CG
9-11-12 “I met someone on your dating site, and am no longer single”.RD
7-11-23 “I met someone and now want to cancel membership” RK
6-11-12  “I met someone: Nice site” RK
31-10-12 “I met someone: it was helpful”
31-10-12 “found my partner through your site. ” AS
17-10-31 “I met someone on your dating site, and am no longer single:  Very good!” KK

If you have your own please do let us know!
Best Wishes,

James and Paul

Is the media ruining our chances of happiness?

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

Do celebrities have more

luck when it comes to dating?

Every day we see many tv shows, newspapers and magazines that present us with images of happy, beautiful couples.

We love to read bout the latest showbiz couples and find out which celebrities are dating each other.  Even if you don’t buy these magazines, you can bet that many people you know do.

The trouble is that this gives a very twisted version of reality.  These airbrushed images can either ruin our own body image or make us think we should all be dating supermodels.  We begin to reject perfectly lovely matches with the false hope that George Clooney or Aishwarya Rai will magically become interested in us.  This can completely ruin any chance of meeting a “real” person.

Celebrities don’t have it any easier than us.  Yes, they might be have the money but they’ve lost their anonymity. Every time they walk out their front door to go on a date, the cameras are there watching them.  Can you imagine how hard it is to get to know someone they might be like?

So my advice to you is to remember to be realistic and don’t always believe everything you see.   Stop thinking about the impossible and focus on taking the opportunities that could lead to you meeting someone more accessible.

Good luck!

James Preece – The Dating Guru